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Anyone else just starting to learn Python? Just wanted to maybe find someone to chat about it with. Not rly started yet but I've got a conditional from Manchester to do cs w an industrial year but haven't taken cs a level or gcse so thought I'd try and learn a little over the summer so I'm not completely clueless, anyone else? x
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I took basic python in uni. Tbh it’s really easy and not hard at all. U can nail python by practicing on problems. I use pycharm to solve the code. But defiantly a good choice to start with python.
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(Original post by _sharmila_t)
Anyone else just starting to learn Python? Just wanted to maybe find someone to chat about it with. Not rly started yet but I've got a conditional from Manchester to do cs w an industrial year but haven't taken cs a level or gcse so thought I'd try and learn a little over the summer so I'm not completely clueless, anyone else? x
Python is a good starter language as its rather human readable. however in terms of what most people get taught at uni in my experience so far is Java, PHP, SQL and HTML
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